Brad Paisley’s ‘Wheelhouse’ Debuts At No. 1

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• April 17, 2013

braidpaisleyBrad Paisley‘s eighth studio album and first self-produced project, Wheelhouse, sold more than 100,000 albums according to Nielsen SoundScan, making it the top-selling country album this week. The release marks Paisley’s seventh consecutive studio album to debut as the nation’s best-selling country release.

The project features 14 tracks and three interstitials; each of the album’s full songs were written or co-written by Paisley. The singer-songwriter enlisted his band The Drama Kings to perform on the entire album, which was recorded at a renovated farmhouse turned studio at his home near Nashville.

Paisley’s current single, “Beat This Summer,” is currently in the Top 10 on MusicRow‘s CountryBreakout chart.

 

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